"...a cultural gem."




Reuben Blundell, Music Director


June 2020
A Statement from the LSO Board:
As an organization, the Lansdowne Symphony is an inclusive environment for ALL people. We are also committed to advancing our own internal racial equity as an integral part of working to achieve our mission. We condemn violence, and promote music culture in its many forms. We urge all in our LSO extended family and audience to please be safe.

Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra wins The American Prize Ernst Bacon Memorial Award for the Performance of American Music. 

Read about it here!


We are proud to launch the LSO's first ever Virtual Orchestra performance, via this page link.
Our usual concert season would normally begin in November, and we continue to explore numerous options to be able to share our music in keeping with the health and safety of our audience and musicians.

LSO releases its first CD.  Check it out here!

Read a review of our CD by David Rosenberg of Gramophone.

Read another review of our CD, by Angus McPherson in Limelight.

March 2020
The Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra received a Women's Philharmonic Advocacy Grant towards our performance & recording project of 20th Century American compositions. 

We have a $10,000 dollar-for-dollar matching gift for 2020!  Help us meet the challenge!

LSO performances are held at:

Upper Darby Performing Arts Center

601 N Lansdowne Ave, Drexel Hill, PA 19026

Interested in our Young Artists Competition?

Click here for information. 

For information about other music and arts events in Delaware County, visit the Delaware County Arts Consortium website.


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